Convention attendees have loved this hotel for decades; it's connected to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Formerly known as the Las Vegas Hilton, it was rebranded as LVH, or the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, in early 2012 after leaving the Hilton chain (Westgate Resorts bought the property in 2014). Rooms don't offer much in terms of amenities, but because the property is east of the Strip, west-facing accommodations have great views. A variety of suites have themes ranging from Vienna and the Bahamas to the desert and Hollywood. On ground level, there's a lively lounge called Tempo. What's more, live cooking action at the world's largest Benihana restaurant possibly helps recapture some of the excitement that was lost when Barry Manilow left. A gigantic sports book seems like it could field every bet in the galaxy.
3000 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, USA